TL;DR news for Wednesday, February 14

TL;DR news for Wednesday, February 14

By TheTwoPointOne

Every day we round up the Scottish football news and decipher which bits of it are important to you. We call it TL;DR news.


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 You need to know this


The Scottish Sun are reporting that Alex McLeish has held talks with the Scottish FA about a possible return to the Scotland job.  Kilmarnock manager Steve Clark is also being considered ahead of an SFA board meeting today.


Esmael Goncalves claims that racist abuse he suffered from a minority of fans played a significant part in his decision to leave Hearts.


Alfredo Morelos’ agent will fly into Glasgow this week as Rangers look to tie down the striker to a new contract.


St Mirren boss, Jack Ross is set to meet with Barnsley today to discuss the vacant manager’s position at the English Championship club. Although the Buddies are confident of keeping him until the end of the season.



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Former Rangers keeper Neil Alexander says he’ll never forgive SPL chiefs who denied him the chance of winning the quadruple. He believes the refusal to rearrange fixtures cost Walter Smith’s side the chance to land four major trophies.


Celtic forward Moussa Dembele is being targeted as Celtic’s main threat by Zenit St Petersburg manager, Roberto Manicini ahead of their clash tomorrow evening.


Graeme Shinnie’s calling for more leniency from referees. This comes after the Aberdeen captain picked up his 13th booking of the season at the weekend.


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Former Rangers manager Mark Warburton is proud that the Ibrox club’s current team is made up of half of his signings.


One Reply to “TL;DR news for Wednesday, February 14”

  1. Goncalves comments are very disappointing. He played in a team that contained 4 other black players….
    Can’t obviously speak for all and I don’t go to away games but all the negative comments I heard were about his lazzieness.

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